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My wife and I were warmly received. We felt at home right away. As I am an architect, I was thrilled by the stunning, old building, lovingly renovated with colorful Moroccan tiles, wood carvings, metal screens, etc. The rooms are tastefully decorated. And the courtyard...More
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places we have ever stayed in.....great rooms and magnificent views over the medina....let down slightly by a ho hum breakfast, and rather overpriced dinners, which for the price would have been vastly improved with the inclusion of more fruit...More
Wi had a fantastic two night stay at Riad Le Calife in the Amethyst room. The room was delightful and spacious albeit up some seriously steep stairs - this is definitely not a hotel for physically disabled.
As recommended by the Riad we contacted them...More
This is a beautiful, classically restored riad inside the Fes Medina. Good classic food dishes, breakfasts were nice, with some delicious items. The hosts, Alexander and Yasmine, were kind and helpful. We stayed in the Emerald room, which was beautiful and comfortable. For 20 Euros...More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows... More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows onto the courtyard. In a riad typically all the rooms are around a central courtyard so lots of light. Everything about this place was, in our opinion, lovely.